There is a Wal-Mart store near where I live. I have talked with an employee in the sporting goods department and another person who is a manager. They both confirmed what another person told me: every night about six p.m. a long line forms waiting for the nightly truck to be unloaded. Why? To see if there is any ammo on the truck! After the truck is completely unloaded, if there is any ammo, employees bring out the boxes and sell to customers with a three box limit per customer.
Why is this happening? Are people buying the ammo for themselves, or to re-sell at a profit, or both? Is the same thing happening where you live?
Maybe the American people are not as ill-informed as some pundits allege!